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Golden Touch is committed to providing in-home healthcare services to the elderly, disabled and people with special needs. We also deal with patients recovering from surgery, special and challenging behaiviours, COPD issues, physical disability support, disabled veteran support, dementia, parkinsons, alzheimer’s care. We are committed to patient participation in healthcare choices and decision making, we honor and respect each patients individual right and need for self-actualization and determination.

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Elderly Home Services

Golden Touch Personal Care is dedicated to providing exceptional elderly home services

Care For My Mom

At Golden Touch Personal Care, we understand the deep concern


Greetings from Golden Touch Personal Care LLC, your dependable provider of first-rate care services in Hartford, Connecticut. We take great satisfaction in providing unmatched assistance to improve the wellbeing of those who are in need. We stand out from the competition because of our dedication to excellence, which guarantees that each customer receives treatment that is specifically catered to their needs.


Golden Touch Personal Care knows that socially isolated older adults often feel lonely and depressed, less physically active, and subject to high blood pressure. Therefore, we are set to provide social interaction and companionship to our clients to maximize their well-being. Companionship is key to a trusted relationship with our caregivers. We not only strive to help you with everyday tasks but want to develop a caring relationship with you. We provide one-on-one attention and care that cannot compare in other settings. We also provide in-home care for wounded veterans who are dealing with depression from PTSD

The specific health benefits of such meaningful relationships include lower blood pressure, reduced risk for mental health issues, and reduced risk for Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular problems, and other conditions.

COPD Support

Understanding your COPD needs are essential to living with it. COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) issues among elderly (COPD) is a common disease in elderly patients. It is characterized by high symptom burden, healthcare utilization and morality. Although COPD is a major cause of respiratory failure and dyspnea in the elderly, multiple other disease entities, including heart failure, pulmonary embolism, and anxiety; medication effects; and other conditions, including deconditioning and malnutrition; may exacerbate COPD symptoms. The treatment of the older patient with COPD is highly challenging. COPD is also progressive, which means it can worsen over time. We are experienced and can help you cope.

Special and challenging behaviors in Elderly

Special and Challenging behaviour among elderly is a behavioural disorder that is in the context of dementia, includes one or combinations of shouting, wandering, biting, throwing objects, repetitive talking, destroying personal possessions and other objects, agitation and general anger, physical attacks on others and waking others at night. In short, this term describes any behaviour by patients that is deemed to be dangerous to themselves, their fellow patients, and staff, or is considered antisocial within environments where those patients have to coexist with others on a long term basis.

Understanding dementia and its progression is vital to ensure that both you and your loved ones with dementia can live as well as possible. We have the resources to support you and your care of the person living with dementia. Let us help.

Age-related conditions

An aging-associated disease (commonly termed age-related disease, ARD) is a disease that is most often seen with increasing frequency with increasing biological ageing. Examples of aging-associated diseases are atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis, cataracts, osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, hypertension and Alzheimer’s disease.

All these diseases and age related conditions among elderly can be managed successful if there’s proper care and management. And this can only be done by Golden Touch Personal Care Agency.

Physical disability support services

This covers age-related conditions among the elderly. Having a physical disability should not prevent the elderly from engaging in their daily activities and living an active life. Enjoying a life that is purposeful and meaningful is equally important to us all.

Post-Surgery Support

It is true that the elderly often have more health problems than younger patients and they may have a greater need for surgery. The older patient will have a longer recovery time than a younger patient and is expected to have more complications. In short, the elderly surgery patient will require more support than a younger one, from both professional healthcare providers and other individuals in their family and social circles.

Recovering from surgery can be stressful, especially once you’ve left the hospital. It’s not uncommon for people to spend most of their recovery period at home. That’s why you should have a good compassionate team of people around to help.

Cancer Patient Care

Caring for a cancer patient is an important job & fundamental role in a patient’s recovery. Caregiving can have a lot of meanings, like coordinating care, making meals, medication and pain management.

Full Service Personal Care and Assistance

Golden touch personal care agency offers full-service health care to elderly patients. We provide primary duties such as; ADL, bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, laundry, vacuuming, grocery shopping, companionship, medication monitoring, domestic duty, grooming, helps with movement etc. Our staff have the very best in training and support so that the elderly will receive quality in-home care.

With safety being our first priority, we not only focus on the resident being cared for, but also support his or her family in creating a plant that suits that many needs, situations, and circumstances. Our goal is to provide your loved ones with a sense of relief and an assured peace of mind that they are being care for by the best.

Home Care Questions & Answers

Anyone who needs assistance to function independently at home. At Preferred Care at Home, you can get as little as an hour of help or as much as 24 hours a day, depending on your specific needs.

As quickly as you need them. We provide a reliable, compassionate, affordable caregiver on your timeframe, according to your needs.

Yes. Our services can be provided at hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes, assisted living facilities or your home. Where and how you receive services is up to you.

Since 2010 our resolve remains steadfast to be there when you need us. Our 24-hour on-call personnel are ready to promptly provide that emergency replacement should the need arise.

A contract is required by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection with whom we are registered. Our clients are protected and aware of their service coverage options; however, clients may cancel at any time.

We have a three-hour service minimum, which can be scheduled by the day, week, or month. There is no commitment to a minimum term or duration of care. You may cancel at any time.

We have been in business in Connecticut since 2010, A number of our caregivers and coordinators have been awarded “Superior Service” awards, and to ensure we are always focused on what’s important, our clients, we have engaged a home care quality assurance firm to monitor our efforts.

In the event of an emergency, we can provide a qualified caregiver within a few hours. The more notice we have, the more time we can devote to finding a good match for you.

Our care coordinators will stay in touch with you at the level of contact you wish. We routinely place quality assurance calls, our field staff performs home visits, and clients have the opportunity to participate in our “Client Services Satisfaction Survey”. We are always a phone call away, 24/7.

Payments can be made by personal check or credit card. We also accept many long-term care insurance payments, and we work closely with the Connecticut Homecare Program for Elders and the Veterans Administration. There are also grants available to those who qualify. For more information, please call our Billing department at (860) 538-4476.

Yes. Our caregivers are bonded and covered by Workers’ Compensation insurance. We also carry general and professional liability insurance coverage.

We are not a franchise, a registry, or part of a national institutional conglomerate. We are a privately-owned, Connecticut based company, founded in 1990. Through our hard work, our demonstrated commitment to the client experience, and the invaluable support of our entire team, we have become a household name and earned the reputation as Connecticut’s most trusted and professional provider of home care services.

Absolutely. Connecticut is not only our workplace, it’s our home. We regularly participate in a variety of community events across the state, such as the Lucky Pup Rescue, Alzheimer’s Association Walks, Wounded Warriors, Get Your Irish Up, and the Empire Games for the Developmentally Challenged.
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